anyone else noticing a trend here?
didn’t know ancient egyptians looked like mayo…
RHAMSES IM CHOKING LIKE THEY DIDNT SEE THE STATUES OR NOTHING
Ok but of course the servants and thieves are black ok i see yall
Brown Jesus from Palestine, what the fuck is this!
Tuya and Zipporah are Sub Saharan unarguable black. Like you Zipporah’s familial descendants are still living a pastoral life in the same place she was from, and they still look like her.
Queen Tuya is black, in fact her tomb was found after the front load of white supremacist archeologist raided Egypt, so surprisingly enough her features were kept in tact on all of her antiquities as was her full name which also described where she was from…modern day Ethopian/Chad/Sudan area.
No matter how much fake tanner, pretty pretty hair pieces, faux box braids Sigourney will look ridiculous.
So it’s real nice to know that every reoccurring woman of visible East African descent is non existent and every male of visible African decent is a poor criminal. Awesome, and super accurate.
Funny how all the roles with no names focused on servitude got plenty of Black folks.
Brother Panic: Decoding The Metaphysical Movie “Lucy”
Geronimo Pratt: A Documentary
Geronimo ji Jaga Pratt was one of the longest held political prisoners in the US. A former leader of the Black Panther Party, he was imprisoned from 1970 to 1997 for a crime he did not commit. This documentary was shot while Geronimo was still behind bars. In it, you can hear him tell his story, about growing up in the segregated South, serving two tours in Vietnam, how the FBI framed him, and how he viewed the situation of Black people at the time.
Through an exclusive interview with Geronimo at San Quentin prison, archival footage of the Black Panthers, family photos, and scenes from demonstrations for his release, a warm and vivid portrait of Geronimo is sketched.
This film was produced in 1988 as part of a campaign for Geronimo’s freedom. It would be almost ten more years, after he had spent 27 years in prison, that a judge finally vacated his sentence, The prosecution had not disclosed the extent to which a key witness against Pratt, Julius Butler, provided information to the FBI and the Los Angeles Police Department. An appeals court ruled this fact to be “‘favorable’ to the defendant, ‘suppressed’ by a law enforcement agency, and ‘material’ to the jury’s decision to convict” in 1999 and upheld the decision, freeing him.
Geronimo died in 2011, while living in Tanzania.
27 minute color video
Winner of awards at the National Educational Film & Video Festival, the Marin County Film & Video Festival, the Atlanta International Film & Video Festival and the Athens International Film & Video Festival.
Produced and edited by Lisa Rudman
Executive producers Lisa Rudman, PCTV and the Committee to Free Geronimo Pratt
To learn more about political prisoners in the United States, check out the Jericho Movement (http://www.thejerichomovement.com/), Freedom Archives (http://www.freedomarchives.com/) and also material available on the Kersplebedeb website (http://kersplebedeb.com/posts/categor…).
Also, watch Sun Ra speak in Helsinki in 1971.
not my family bitch
why am i crying
I got tagged by lilwater 6 selfies
Black & Proud (Nah Bleach) by Mr. Vegas
just gonna leave this here…
I’m so fucking happy.
YAS MR. VEGAS YAS
This is wonderful :-)
how magnificent would it have been if the women weren’t in b&w though lol
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That one slipped by me.
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